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Gypsum from Southern District (HaDarom District), Israel

Israel
 
  • Southern District (HaDarom District)
    • Arad
Juroszek, R.; Krüger, B.; Galuskina, I.; Krüger, H.; Tribus, M.; Kürsten, C. (2020) Raman Spectroscopy and Single-Crystal High-Temperature Investigations of Bentorite, Ca6Cr2(SO4)3(OH)12·26H2O. Minerals 10, 38.
    • Eilat
Shlomovitch, N., Bar-Matthews, M., & Matthews, A. (1999). Sedimentary and epigenetic copper mineral assemblages in the Cambrian Timna Formation, southern Israel. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 48(140), 195-208.
Bartura, Y., & Würzburger, U. (1974). The Timna copper deposit. Annales de la Société géologique de Belgique. p277-285
Hans Niedermeier (2000) Mineralien Welt, 11, #5, 58-62.
Hans Niedermeier (2000) Mineralien Welt, 11, #5, 58-62.
    • Ramat Negev Regional Council
Anenburg, M., Bialik, O. M., Vapnik, Y., Chapman, H. J., Antler, G., Katzir, Y., & Bickle, M. J. (2014). The origin of celestine–quartz–calcite geodes associated with a basaltic dyke, Makhtesh Ramon, Israel. Geological Magazine, 151(5), 798-815.
    • Tamar Regional Council
www.mineralmundi.com; Tonsuaadu, K., Veiderma, M., Koel, M., & Nathan, Y. (2000). Thermal analysis of Israeli phosphorites. In PROCEEDINGS-ESTONIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES CHEMISTRY (Vol. 49, No. 1, pp. 44-52). TRUEKITUD OU.
      • Hatrurim Basin
        • Gurim anticline
Sokol, E. V., Gaskova, O. L., Kozmenko, O. A., Kokh, S. N., Vapnik, E. A., Novikova, S. A., & Nigmatulina, E. N. (2014, November). Clastic dikes of the Hatrurim basin (western flank of the Dead Sea) as natural analogues of alkaline concretes: Mineralogy, solution chemistry, and durability. In Doklady Earth Sciences (Vol. 459, No. 1, pp. 1436-1441). Pleiades Publishing.
Hans Niedermeier (2000) Mineralien Welt, 11, #5, 58-62.
 
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